Category Archives: sustainable ranching

Barnett Ranch Field Trip – Saturday, October 12, 2019

Register for this exclusive field trip: https://barnettranch.eventbrite.com

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A Texas Prairie Celebration! on Saturday, September 21, 2019

Register here: https://texasprairie.org/celebration19/ 

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Join Us for the Annual Member Celebration on Saturday, September 21

NPAT Annual Members Celebration Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 1pm – 9pm (1pm field trip, 5pm dinner & social) Leo Ranch north of Decatur, Texas Register & buy your tickets here! Join us on Saturday, September 21 for: This is our … Continue reading

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Skip Barnett Ranch Field Trip (Denton County)

Skip Barnett Ranch Field Trip (Denton County) Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 9am – 1pm Register here! https://barnettranch.eventbrite.com Join us on a field trip to the historic Barnett Ranch. The Barnett family has run a cattle ranching operation on 1,200 acres … Continue reading

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Barnett Ranch Field Trip – October 12

Skip Barnett Ranch Field Trip (Denton County) Saturday, October 12, 2019 Save the Date! More details & registration soon. Join us on a field trip to the historic Barnett Ranch. The Barnett family has run a cattle ranching operation on … Continue reading

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Pasture Management Workshop (including prescribed burning) – 3/7/19

Sign up for the Pasture Management Workshop on Thursday, March 7th at the Wise County Fair Grounds, Women’s Building. Registration at 10:00 and program starts at 10:30. Cost is $10 ($15 late registration at the door). Topics Managing Problem Weeds and … Continue reading

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Cowboy/Cowgirl Up & Help NPAT Mend Fences

NPAT could use your help! Maddin Prairie Preserve needs some fence mending. Cowboy or Cowgirl up & join us! Saturday, February 9, 2019.  

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FW-NPAT: A Year in Review 2018

Join us in January to learn about all the amazing things we’ve done in 2018. We’re impressed with how much our volunteers have accomplished. Tarrant County College – Northwest Campus Room WACB 1123 Download map: TCC-NW Meeting Location 2018 – … Continue reading

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Wrap-up from America’s Grasslands Conference: United for Conservation

Wrap-up from America’s Grasslands Conference: United for Conservation America’s Grasslands Conference was a biennial national conference organized by the National Wildlife Federation. This year, it was held in Fort Worth and brought together researchers, natural resource professionals, farmers and ranchers, … Continue reading

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Prairies and Savannas For Diversity With Grazing and Fire (October 9, 2017 Meet-Up)

Monday, October 9, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8pm Presenter: Dan Caudle of Botanical Research Institute of TexasManaging Prairies and Savannas For Diversity With Grazing and Fire  Amon G. Carter, Jr. – Downtown YMCA (address/map below) A variety of ecosystem drivers and … Continue reading

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